Tuesday 24 June 2014

Latest news

Fulham announce Taggart signing
#Fulham have completed the signing of #Australia striker Adam Taggart from #Newcastle Jets for an undisclosed fee.

Hodgson tips Neville for top job
Roy Hodgson feels Gary Neville has the ability to one day take his job as#England boss, but does not think he should rush into management.

SAFA deny Keshi reports
#Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi has not signed a deal to become#SouthAfrica's new boss, the South African Football Association (SAFA) insist.

Mexico must remain calm, says Hernandez
Javier Hernandez has called on his team-mates to keep their cool after he helped #Mexico seal a place in the last 16 of the FIFA World Cup.

Fred ignored criticism
#Brazil striker Fred insists that he was never fazed by criticism after finally scoring in his team's 4-1 win over #Cameroon on Monday.

Ambrosini wants overseas move
Veteran Italian midfielder Massimo Ambrosini will only consider offers to play overseas, his agent has confirmed.

Dejagah, Iran target goals
#Iran midfielder Ashkan Dejagah is hopeful of reaching the last 16 at the FIFA World Cup as his team prepare to attack Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Owen backs Neville for England job
Michael Owen has backed Gary Neville to take the #England job when Roy Hodgson's contract expires in 2016.

Wood relishing Everton test
Chris Wood is relishing the prospect of Leicester City's Premier Leaguecurtain-raiser against #Everton on August 16.

Pinto wants ´balanced´ anti-doping testing
Costa Rica coach Jorge Luis Pinto feels his team were treated unfairly by anti-doping testers after their win over #Italy.

Wilmots would welcome Brazil clash
#Belgium coach Marc Wilmots would love a reunion with #Brazil boss Luiz Felipe Scolari at the FIFA World Cup.

Changes expected from Deschamps
#France coach Didier Deschamps could make up to six changes to his starting line-up against #Ecuador on Wednesday, according to reports.

Santos solely focused on Greece fortunes
#Greece coach Fernando Santos said his side must forget about their#FIFA #WorldCup fate lying in the hands of Group C rivals.

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